Jul 31, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin
The previous post about the Fifty Shades of Grey contract concluded it is valid and legally enforceable. But which provisions are enforceable?
Jul 24, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin
The novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” uses a contract as a literary device to define Grey’s expectations for an intimate relationship. But is that contract legally enforceable?
Mar 30, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin
Editor’s note: In the spirit of April Fool’s Day, Westlaw Insider presents these short satire news stories. They are intended to be humorous and not to be taken as reports on reality in any sense.
Mar 16, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin
With all of the drinking involved with St. Patrick’s Day, there are bound to be some strange legal cases because of it. Alcohol only accounts for part of the weirdness, though.
Oct 28, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin
Holidays typically find people engaged in “interesting” activities, and Halloween is no exception. Check out these criminal cases involving Halloween!
Jul 1, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin
The Fourth of July sees fireworks celebrations across the country. But using illegal fireworks can have some serious legal consequences, as these cases show.
Apr 1, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin
April Fools’ Day has provided plenty of comedy over the years, including in the legal world.
Oct 29, 2010 By: Jon Hanke
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I drafted cite and query,
Arguing many a fact and statement of a client whose court date lay in store…
Sep 14, 2010 By: West Reference Attorneys
The article was written in 1991, so some of the references (e.g., the discussion of LSAT scoring) are a little dated, but it is still good for several laughs. The article, written by James D. Gordon III and entitled “How Not to Succeed in Law School!”
Aug 31, 2010 By: Jon Hanke
Why do our offices and cubicles still resemble mausoleums for dead trees? The copier and computer printer came along, of course – but so did tree-friendly technologies like email and the Internet.